Evidence reported by scanner-ian-white for item bookofjack01londrich on May 25, 2006; visible notice of copyright and date; stated date is 1921; not published by the US government; Have not checked for notice of renewal in the Copyright renewal records.
This biography is unusual for the detail of intimate information. Though composed by London's wife, it is not completely accurate. For example, it rewrites his origins by making John London his father, and underplays the role of the African American Prentiss family in his upbringing. It is fascinating for its inclusion of original letters and accounts of episodes in JL's early life that were likely as told by him to Charmian, thus somewhat hyperbolic. She admitted it wasn't a definitive biography, yet it has a lot of worthwhile information nonetheless. Read with a critical eye.